Though the Trail Boss sub-brand of Chevy Silverado trucks is
wildly popular with off-road enthusiasts, it appears that General
Motors has no intention of bringing the designation to other models. After
heated speculation about whether or not future iterations of fan-favorite
off-roading SUVs like the Tahoe and Suburban would be available with a Trail
Boss variant, Chevrolet has officially put the rumors to rest.
The Trail Boss edition of the Chevy Silverado 1500 is
jam-packed with features hand-picked for trail-worthiness. The Silverado Trail
Boss comes with Rancho shocks, 18-inch all-terrain tires, an automatic locking
rear differential, a strong underbody shield, a two-speed Autotrac®
transfer case, and a two-inch factory lift to the truck’s suspension for extra
ground clearance. The Trail Boss also comes with Hill Descent Control to
maintain traction while coming down from steep terrain.
If you’re an off-road adventurer that prefers SUVs to
pickups, don’t fret. The all-new 2021 Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe will have an
available Z71 trim level that includes many of the features seen on the Trail
Boss Silverado. The Z71 edition Suburban and Tahoe will have 20-inch
all-terrain wheels, a unique front fascia that allows for an easier angle of
approach, red tow hooks, and the optional Magnetic Ride Control and Air Ride
Adaptive Suspension technologies.
If you want to own the only vehicle tough enough to be called a Trail Boss, visit Titus-Will Chevy today to explore our Silverado 1500 inventory.
The Chevrolet brand is one of the most well-known names in the world. Do you know where the name comes from? Chevrolet was named after Louis Chevrolet, who was an early race car driver born in Switzerland in 1878. He moved to New York City in 1902 where he raced for Fiat.
Eventually, William Durant, the founder of General Motors,
noticed Chevrolet’s racing skills. Durant hired Chevrolet to be his chauffeur
and convinced him to create a car company with him. Durant and Chevrolet
produced their first car, the Chevrolet Classic 6 in 1910.
Unfortunately, the partnership did not last. Louis Chevrolet
wanted to focus on racing cars, while Durant wanted to build more economical
cars like the popular Model T. In 1913, Chevrolet officially left the company,
sold his stock, but let Durant keep the name.
After Louis Chevrolet split from Durant, he continued
focusing on automotive design and co-founded the Frontenac Motor Corp. This
company built high-performing race cars that competed all across the country
and even won the Indianapolis 500 twice. The Frontenac Motor Corp. did not last
long and Chevrolet eventually had to file for bankruptcy.
Chevrolet died when he was just 63 years old. He was buried
in Holy Cross and Saint Joseph Cemetery, which is close to the brickyard in
Pay homage to the man who started this American-made brand when you stop by Titus-Will Chevrolet to test-drive your favorite Chevy model.
If neutral exterior shades of vehicles are getting you down,
why not choose one of the bolder exterior color options on Chevy vehicles? Here
are just some of the choices available to help inspire your next purchase.
“Shock” is the perfect name. The ultra-bright yellow on the
Chevy Camaro is sure to make a statement, not that the sports car needed help
doing that. For something assertive but a little more understated, there’s
Crush, a deep, earthy orange that would look at home driving the streets of
The Chevy Spark has three fairly dynamic color choices to
fit your personality. It features its own Orange Burst, a more vibrant
Caribbean Blue that stands out among the more common Navy, and a cheery
Raspberry that would look just right on a Spring day.
Although not exactly bold, the Blazer does have a unique
color of its own. Sunlit Bronze Metallic is a sandy clay color that gives a
very southwestern style to the sleek city-dweller.
Volt and Bolt
Both electric vehicles feature a subtle color option for
something different that doesn’t feel too extreme. Their Green Mist Metallic
sets the cars out from the crowd with a classy pastel style. Or go with the
same Shock yellow as the Camaro to make the Chevy Bolt look more like its
Stop by Titus-Will Chevrolet to test-drive our colorful array of Chevy models. We’ll help you find the right vehicle in just the right shade to suit your personality.
We here at Titus-Will Chevrolet are lucky to call Washington our home. This beautiful state is filled to the brim with national parks and camping grounds, making it the ideal place for weekend adventures. If you’re looking to head out camping with your Chevrolet Silverado, though, why not make things a bit easier? Here are some Chevy Silverado camping accessories you should consider when you head out this weekend.
Washington can have unpredictable weather at times, which is
why it’s always important to be prepared. Stay comfortable throughout the night
with one of the Sportz tents available from Chevy. These tents were created
with your Silverado in mind, and attach to the bed of your trunk for easy
put-up and take-down. You can also opt for a tonneau cover to ensure your cargo
stays dry when the skies open up.
Your Silverado was made to tow and haul, so why not take
advantage? Whether you’re bringing your boat along with you to push out in
Puget Sound or plan on bringing a camper with you to your campsite, purchase a
trailer hitch package to make it possible.
If you’re heading off-road, then you’re likely ready to get
down and dirty – but why not try and preserve your Silverado’s paint while
you’re at it? Invest in some splash guards to protect your Silverado’s paint
job from mud and debris, and consider investing in an A-pillar light for extra
visibility and safety.
Not sure which of these Chevy Silverado camping accessories you should invest in? Stop by Titus-Will Chevrolet. We’ll help you narrow down which add-on would suit your vehicle and your lifestyle best.